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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

MO'' V do - Of one of the Largest Stocks of Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes in Barton County. The "FA Will commence the Second Grand Clearance Sale on Dec. 7th, 1887, and continue for 30 days. We invoice stock on Jan. 1st, and from this date until then we propose to close out our entire stock to make room for one of the Largest Stocks of Spring Goods ever opened in the county, ond in order to do this we shall make prices so Low that every buyer will find something to interest them. The Goods MUST GO, if they do not bring half their value, as it is contrary to our system of doing business to carryover or repack any goods. This Grand Slaughter of Prices will last On.rsr 30 3Da,3rs- ""oUL Thrill save 50 per cent, "to3r Toio.3rizxg: rxo-r. NOTB A FEW OF THE MANY" BARGAINS: 75 men's all wool medicated .1 0,000 yds heavy (yd wide) brown muslin 9,000 yds heavy bleached muslin 500 yds prints - 5,000 yds all wool medicated flannel 17,009 yds hxavy cheviot The above are only a few of the...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

the "bartoh coukty; demgchat. W. E.SToaoi. Editor ana frroprUtor. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of. the Daily News. COKflRKHQ. In the Senate on the 19th a communica tion w&a received form the Secretary of the . Treasury transmitting a nDort h Amnt Tinele ot the condition of affair on the seal island s of Alaska. Several bills were reported from com- mruees and a number of bills introduced. Mr. ruga offered a resolution that the mott lm portant and pressing duty of the pres ent session Is to revise the prefect tariS iws bo as to reauce the annual revenue to the necessary wanu of -the Government, and ad dressed 'the Senate at lemrth. Adiourned.... When the House met the Speaker announced the Committee on Rules. Mr. Dibble offered a re so Int. Ion referring the report of the Court of Claims upon the French spoliation claims to the Appropriations Committee, with instructions to report, which caused some debate, but tbo resolution was adopted. After adopting i number of minor resolutio...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

THE BARTON COUNTY -DEMOCRAT. .-vr. X. BTOZS, Editor ana Jroprltor. GREAT BEND, - V r - KANSAS. AARON BURR'S WOOING. From, the commandant's quarters or. Wt Chester Height TTne bhio Wit of Kansipo lie in full sight; On tbeir slope gleam the gables that shield his heart1 s Queen, But the redcoat are wary the Hudson's be tween. Through the camp runs a jest: "There's no moon, 'twill be dark -Tis odds htUe Aaron will go on a spurk' .And the toast of the troopers is: '-Pickevs, lto low, jLnd good luck to the Colonel and V idow Pre- ost:" liight xr.il9 from the river he sallops his steed, La;-s him hound in the barge, bids his escort make speed, Ioose their swords, sit athwart, through the fleet reach yon shore ; ?fot a wo-d : not a pa-h of the thlck-munled oar! 4jne across, once a gain in the seat, ana away Alve leagues arc soon over; when lve, ha the say: . And "Old Put" and his rider a bridle-path know To the-HernntaKO Manor of Madam Prevost lightly done! but he halts in the grove's deep...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 29 December 1887

the emas cgunty democrat . . . WIIL. K. 8TOKK, Editor etn.cii3roi5iitor, ' (Office in Opera Stock) - GREAT BEND, ; : KANSAS. Oity- glyxcX County. Mrs. Will Gibson is fjuite ill. . Mrs. John ZaiUer has beeu quite sick. C. JSL Smith is home spending tbe holidays. How to make both cuds meet Tie 'em together. Martin MusiL was up from Ellin wood Friday. . . - George Miltimore lost a valuable colt last week, . .' Song of the dry goods clerk "swing ing in de laine." Miss Lucy Diffenbacher baa re turned from the east. fra T Knnalpin la still imnrovinj?. . i " and is now able to be up. Miss Cora Patterson left Saturday afternoon for Salem, Illinois. Col. Huttman and son drove up from Eliinwood Saturday. Edgar Evans has ' gone to Mound Valley, Kas., to visit relatives. John lieu rick was in town Saturday from Bardine, Beaver township. Dent Delaplane is in tbe city, trom Harper county, visiting bis parents. J. It. Harris, of Eureka township, was in Friday buying holiday presents. Rev. Taylor, ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

BA1TOB 1 If I ; -1 - s VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1888. NUMBER 40. urn Rail Road Time Cards -A-.,T. 5c S- JF- On aud after Janunry Oth, 1887, tialna leave Great Bend aa follows, via : GOINO KAS1. No. 4, Atlantic express No. 8. Eastern Express Nn.B, New York Express No. 42, way freight No. 44, " " ..4.59 a. m. . . 5.03 p. in. ..6.33 a. in ..1.57 p. m. . .8.00 p. ui. .10.10 p. m ..1104 a. in . 10.00 p. in 10.14 a. ui .12.15 p. ra. . 2.30 p. in. OOIVO WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex. . . No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express No. 5, lH-n ypt Express No. 41, way freight UREAT BKND WAY FKKIOIIT. Arrives from east leparts for ea.tt LEAVES. Expresa Freight ARRIVES. Express Freight ....11:10 a. m. 5:00 a.m. .... 4:40 p. in. ....10:00 p. in. All trains dally except bunaay. W. T0RREY, Agent :MIo. Fetoiflo. St LouIm Express . . Colorado Express.. St Louis ExprenM... Colorado Express All trains daily. 12:45 a ni 7:10 a m .-:.tO a in 1 1:00 p ui E. W. Waykaxt, Agent. A ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

Uack small Ik.a tuaiaajaaack Iter, another and smaller beatf -the same design will go with her to protect her. .."The torpedo is attached to?, a long 3U-tn, which, when not in actual use is run up against her side, ; under the bufferdeck. The boat is sent "direct! Against the enemy, and as soon as she strikes this arm is swung down under the netting hung out around the 6hip, and the torpedo exploited against the bottom of the vessel. One torpedo will be quite sufficient to destroj any war ship. . The arm is run by a shaft which drives it agaiust the -bottom of a vessel at a speed of thirty feet per second. The force of a rerolring shaft contin ues the pressure and the cartridge is exploded After the explosion the tor pedo shaft can back out, the arm can leent back into its place and another torpedo attached, and she is ready for another attack. There is one of these arms on each side of the boat, so that both or cither can be used according to the need. I expect before long to make ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

FIENDISH AND FISHY. Blood-Curdlingr Reports Prom Da kota and No-Man's-Land Kelly Fiends Lynched. Except the Old Man, Who Escapes For the Benefit of Future Horror Mongers. Fourteen Bodies Found in the Cellar if a Deserted Ranch Belonging to a Sioux Half-Breed. WicniTA, Kan., Dec. 31. Charles Dun can, a well known cattleman of Southwest Kansas, who arrived yesterday from Oak City, No-Man's-Land, tells the last chapter concerning tbree of the fiendish Kelly fam ily a follows: "I left Oak City Wednes day night and the town was jubilant over late developments, and I believe if the peo ple had hud fireworks they would have sent up signals of rejoickig. About two hours before I left they got the news that Bill Kelly and his sister and mother were "deal, and it did not take ten minutes for every man, woman and child in the town to know it. From the day the Kelly honor was unearthed squads of avengers were galloping over the plains looking for tho Kelly gang, as they were called dowu there. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

THE BARTON COUSTY DEMOCRAT EdltorandProprietor, . (Office in Opei Clock) Jw' GREAT BEND, S KAKSAS. 07 All advertisements or communications, to ob tain an iusertion in the Democuat. must be handed in br Wednesday noon of each, week, txt the very latest.' , Rkport coines riOw that the coal famine is worse in Ohio. than' in Kan- sas" ' 7 .. ; Tiie outlook now is that the number of miles of railroad built ,in 1887 will, not be duplicated in 1888. . ' Wonder if the printers on the Paw nee liockXeocty-. fi ia ve not gone out on a strike? That, paper has not put in an appearance with its last week's issue yet. ' - s As 'rnis is our first visit to your bwes in the year of our lord one thousand eight hundred i and eighty eight, we again bid you a Happy New Year, and wish for you all health, wealth and happiness. The San Francisco Alta wants to know: "If the wine is a mocker, what kind of a hairpin is the roadside coffee offered to the twenty-minutes for dinner passenger who is hungry enough ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

THE BARTON COHHTY DEMDCRAtJ WILLE.STOKE, TSciitore.xi.ci Proprietor, . (OOkcin Opera BIsWl' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Oity.etrxci County1. , IL C. Haily has returned froni'Cal ifornia. W. W. Sowards was in yesterday on business. Will Merritt is in from Buffalo township.- See weather report for 1887, in ' another column-... ! r Mrs. James foweet has gone to Kan gas City to live. . ,. Capt. J.' iVPewia is tne father of a big, brand new boy. Robert Cummins -of Hoisington, was down Monday.. . The family of Dr. Hudson have ar rived from Burlington. Robinson & Sterret commence this year on the cash basis. Jake Stauffer has a young son very sick with diphtheria. Elmer Epperson is helping the county clerk, this week. Charley- Reeder was. down from Clarence Tuesday, trading. Mr. Iv Baldwin has returned from an extended visit in Pennsylvania. Captain Hannum is' getting ready to put in the new court house vaults. A child of William Nickelson died of croup, Saturday, and was buried Sunday. Char...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. X. 8TOSES, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BE3TDr - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Dally News. WASHINGTON NOTES. Thb last of the star rout jury fixing cases in Washington has been dismissed by the district attorney. Thb Baltimore iron works are six months behind their contract on gunboat No. 2 for the Government. Thb Inter-State Commerce Commission recommends farther iegislation to bring express companies fairly within the law. Indian Agent Ghat, of the Crow agency, who resigned recently, has. written Secre tary Lamar asking leave to withdraw his resignation. Thb President and party returned to Washington on the 28th from attending the funeral of ex-Secretary Manning at Al bany, N. Y. The President has signed the commis sions of Secretary Fairchild and Ministers tJayless VV. Hanna and Alexander R. Law ton. A dispatch from Washington says: Oklahoma comes to the front this session with well-known pertinacity, and bills have already been pr...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

THE-B4R10H COUNTY, DEMOCRAT. W. S. STOX2, Sdltor ana Tffroprletor. GREAT BEND, - - - - KANSAS. AT DAWN OF DAY. The yellow light-house star Is queDched Across tfes lonely a; ' The mountains rend their misty Tails, The wind of dawn blow free ; The waves heat with a gladder thrill. Pulsing in lines of spray, jVfld fast and far chjme on the bar 1 God bless my Dear to-day I A thousand leagues msy lie botweea A world of distance dim; But speeding with the speeding light My heart goes forth to him. Faster than wind or ware it flies. As to e and longing may, And undented stands by his side God bless my Dear to-day 1 -God bless him if he wake to smiles. Or it he wake to sighs; Temper his will for every fate. And keep him true and wise; 2$e to htm all I fain would be Who am so far away. Light, counsel, convolution, cheer God bless my Dear to-day ! The gradual light has grown full dim And streameth far abroad ; The urgence of my voiceless plea Is gathered up by God; Take some sweet thing which...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 5 January 1888

THE BARTON COONTY DEMOCRAT WII.T. K. STOKE, Editor" and. Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) ' GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. City sLixd County. Bob Brown is once more a resident of Great Bend. ' Not a few bad colds arc going the rounds these days. Mr. Robert Dougau has been quite sick for a few days. W. H. Bonner is the happy father of a brand new boy. Some of the boys are about to start ' a gymnasium in this city. A big time was bad at the dance last Friday, at Hoisington. Mrs. W. II. Odell is confined to her home with quite an illness. The weather clerk is perhaps doing his duty but dang his duty. The ."January thaw" got in a lew days ahead of time, did it not? Charles F. Brown, of Simpson, Illinois, is in the city visiting friends. Sam J. Day nas been appointed instructor of the Concordia Vocalists. Governor Marmaduke, of Missouri, is the third governor that has died Wednesday Judge Ogle married Mr. James 'y'.' Sly and Miss Jennie Iladeri'of.. Claflin. j.' . ' Jim' Savage is getting quit...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

"" v r7 EAT. ; VOLUME IV. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1888. NUMBER 41 Rail Road Time Cards On and after January 9th, 1887, train leare Great - Bend as follows, riz : ooma kasi No. 4, Atlantic express No. 8, Eastern Expreas. No. 6, New York Express No. 42, wayfreight No. 44, " " 4.59 a. m. 5.03 p. iu. 6.33 a. iu" 1.57 p. in. 3.00 p. iu. " OOIXO WEST. No. 8, California and New Mexico Ex 30.10 p. m No. 7, Colorado and Utah Express 11W a. m No. 5, Denver Express. 10 00 i. iu No. 41, way freight. 10.11 a. iu GREAT BE.VO WAY FKEIUHT. Arrives from eaut 13.13 p. in. Departs for east - P- m- LEAVES. " Express 11:10 a. m. Freight 6:00 a. iu. ABRIVES. Express 4:40 p. ni. Freight? 10:00 p. in. All traius.daily except Sunday. I W. TUKREV, Agent. Mo. Pacific- St Louis Express . Colorado Express. St Louis Express.. Colorado Express All trains daily. :15 a m -.10 a m 5:30 a in 11:00 pin E. W. Waynant, Agent. ATTORNEYS'. TUEO. C. COLE. ELRICK.C. COLE County Attorney. COLE BROTHERS, ATTORN...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. W. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND - - - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary : of the Daily News. CONGRESS. The Senate met on the 4th, after the holiday recess, when many petitions were pre sented. Senator Brown offered a resolution relating to tbe repeal of certain revenue laws. and gave notice that lie would address the Sen ate on Monday In its support. Senator Sher man then addressed the Senate on the Presi dent's message and was replied to by Senator Voorhees. After a brief executive session tne Senate adjourned.... In the House many bills were introduced, among them one by Mr. Springer, of Illinois, to provide for the or ganization of the Territory of Oklahoma; by Mr. Ryan, of Kansas, to amend the Inter-State Commetce law; by Mr. Anderson, or Kansas, for a postal telegraph; to reduce postage, and a number of other bills; by Mr. Morrill, of Kan sas, several pension bills; by Mr. Perkins, Kansas, Beveral pension and other bills. Messrs. S...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE BARTON -COUHTT DEMOCRAT. VT. XL ST03TJE, Editor and Proprietor. GREAT BEND, - - KANSAS. IT PAYS TO DO RIGHT. When men are pursuing Acourse of Ill-doing, Of crime or unkindness, how llttlo they reclc The anguish and sorrow That wait some to-morrow, "With floods of remorse they've no power to cneck. They're blind to all beauty Suggestive of duty; They heed Eot life's warnings, but hurry aieng. In evil delighting. With comrades uniting, .And firmly believing it pays to do wrong. Cut, oh, there's a season When men wake to reason. And soo themselves fully as black as they are; No longer dissembling In great fear and trenibllnr. Bud culprits, they stand at t'-ie Great Judgment liar. Then conscience accuses. And sternly refuses To furnish ercuscs, but seems to delight In tortures and troubles That Time but redoubles, X'orever repcatieg: "JC pays to do rij7Uf" 'Tis little we're winning By scoffing and sinning: Tia little we am by a dissolute course; For the glittering treasure, Or momen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT. WILL E. STOKE, SJditor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. TERM OK iS V BSCRI PTION CASH. $1.50 One year 75 Six months Three months ffsTAU advertisements or wmiuunlcatlim, to ob 'ain an insertion in the V:1 in by Wednesday noon of each week, at the very latest. Mr. Koetzel came up from Ellinwood hist Monday to show the people in these parts "how he was going to rim the uoard of county commissioners, but he found Carney and Willins "loaded for a lar," and he had to go back without "running tilings," a wiser if not a bet ter man, Register. TnE Register attempts to make light of the claims of the first commissioner district. The facts in the matter are these: The resignation of Mr. Koetzel made vacant the office of commissioner from the first district. This vacancy was filled by the appointmeut of Mr. Willms, and the law provides that such officer is thus appointed to fill the posi tion only until the next regular election. At the l...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE 6ART0H COUNTY DEMOCRAT .WILL E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Clock) r GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Olty and County. Mrs. Jet Albright ia visiting in Green City, Missouri. Mr. Wooddell has gone to Hutch nson for a short visit. Tom Clayton is in Kansas City this week, on busiuees. M. Caraway is doing 'em all up in the Wn business this week. Ambrose Hoffman is now janitor of the schools of this city. Mr. Hollingsworth, of Clarence township, is very ill with rheumatism. Mrs. J. H. Reed has gone to Col ony, Kas., to visit friends and rela tives. Prof. Reece informs us that the city schools are daily increasing in at tendance of scholars. Elmer Dean, Grant Fordyce and J. H. Harper are the crack domino players of the town. We. understand that nearly half of the rooms in the Morrison hotel have already been engaged. In some part3 of Illinois they are having rain and slop, slop and rain, "until you can't rest." We understand that Fred Voll mer and George Mitchell are both cand...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE YEAR 1887. 22roxiology of Some of ' the More Important Events. Vfemsenlns in the Industrial Field Ce? MlUdi by Sea, knI Uad Political . sumI Social Lvents Deaths of Noted Men, Etc AGKIOULTUKK. Jfen. 4 Thermometer fell to '99 degree In 3jrtacrn Fior da, damaging the orange trees. Jan. 11 -Bill creatine Department of Agri culture and Labor passed by the Natioual JH oa of Representatives. Farmers National dcLcresH l:es.'n Its session at Washington jrtn. 6 T.xas Senate appropriated $100,000 Cor relief ct drought suilerera. Feb. 8 Ane.icun Agricultural oad Dairy As- ee. tion met in New York. . J?.y 0 Cal fornia wbeut crop damaged by ' Jaot w nds. Michigan crops i-eiow average July 6 Ch nth bugs auil locusts doing great Tharxu in Southern Minnesota. Joiy 9 Intro, sod corn acrcege of country es timated ut l.aoo.'iou acres, or per cent. Aug. 9 Wheat crop of Minnesota and Dakota tartest on record and of fine quality. A& 12 Rains ia West saved large portion of vojps, but loss to iarme...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

COLLISION ON A BRIDGE. Two Freight Trains on tho Cana- dian Pacific Meet on a High Bridge." Pour Lives Lost ; and Mnch Damage Done A Revolver Accident in Texas. A Lad Blown Off a Car and Killed Shock ing Affair in Detroit Freight Engine Blown Up. Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 7. At Middleton, a he Canadian Pacific, about two o'clock Wednesday morning, two IreighX trams vrellided on a bridge eighty feet high. Tfee freight going east was trav eling .twelve miles an nour nod he train bourn d west ruiamg at a touch higher rate. The enino of the west bound train became fastened in tbe IreBtle, while ne tender ad several cars jumped ever the engine and went to the uotsom. Tleengine comiagCroin tbe east Went ihreugti the trestle immediately attar tho collision and look-Sown anuatber of cars. 'Two engineers, one fireman -and one ferakeman were killed outright. One man wedged uuder the wreckage was ne Uc& to 'be alive and enecf his comrades undertook to rescue him 2y graspwig his hul. The rescuer...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 12 January 1888

THE BAHT3H CQUHTY DEMOCRAT WILL. E. STOKE, Editor and Proprietor, (Office in Opera Block) GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. Oity clucI County. . II. 31. Sumners is the happyfather of a girl baby. We are very sorry to Jearn that Dr. it? t" i . " i :ii Win. an i en is penuueiy m. Mr. and Mrs. George Spencer have returned from their eastern trip. The masonic onler will give an en tertainment in the near future. S. P. Leihtner, of Pawnee Ilock, was in the cily Friday on business. Little Iiay Bell has been sick for two or three days,but is better to-day. Prof. W. Lu Eagleton is in from his school, in the western part of the county. Robert G winn has been to Hoising ton two or three times this week. What's up? Don't fail to read 'Ladies See Tins" in another column for it will not appear again. 51tlvl One of the walls of the west side new public school has been bricked up one story high. Will Clites, of Atchison, is in the city, visiting a few old friends and talking over old times. H. C. Benke; from ...

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